A wounded British lieutenant receives aid from 3rd US Division medics near Uijong-bu, Korea.
Gas wounded soldiers take a rest after the attack, World War I.
American soldiers give water to a wounded German soldier in France in 1944
A wounded French soldier being taken ashore on a stretcher at Dover.
French Artillery and medics advancing under heavy fire.
During World War I, three Chicago Red Cross ladies are ankle-deep in peach stones. Seven pounds of pits made the filter for a single gas mask; a million men required masks. (Scanned by WeirdVintage, from Time Life’s This Fabulous Century—1910-1920, editor: Ezra Bowen)
American medic helping German soldier. France, 1944
Stretcher Bearers from the Cameron Highlanders of Canada attend to wounded, 1944 (sometime around D-Day)